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    Hermione Granger Feminism

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    Hermione Granger: The evolution of female fictional characters to feminist role models Feminism is a difficult term to define. It has been convoluted with misunderstanding through the years and has garnered a negative connotation in some circles. However, the basic concept at the heart of feminism is gender egalitarianism. In the patriarchal societies that encompass most of the globe, feminism is the thought that women are equal in ALL aspects of life and should be afforded the exact opportunities

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    of how far society has progressed, girls are still undervalued. The characters who exhibit traits of capable leaders are those who these young women admire. It is characters like Hermione Granger from Harry Potter who influence girls is the zenith of exemplary characters in the literary universe. Hermione Jean Granger was born September 19, 1979, to non-magical parents, both of whom were “quite proud” of their magical daughter, although “a bit bemused” by her oddities (Rowling, “2004 Accio Quote”)

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    Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon. Harry has never experienced a friendship with anyone until the day he is sent to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Throughout the school year, Harry develops a balance of friendship between Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Neville Longbottom. Each of them, has a need to belong somewhere. Together, they form a balance that make them each feel wanted in way that they have never known until they meet each other. On the train ride to Hogwarts, Harry discovers

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    Even though she is a fictional character, Hermione Granger is somebody many would strive to be. A vital role of the famous book and movie series called Harry Potter (1-7) Hermione Granger is a great role model to many people. Although the author describes her as extremely smart, she may be overshadowed by Harry Potter, the main hero and protagonist. Debatably, it is also possible that she does not receive as much credit because she is “only” a girl. Even though there were many times throughout

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    Courage. When defined, it can mean either “the ability to do something that frightens one” or “strength in the face of pain or grief.” My role model has to do with both of those definitions. Her name is Hermione Granger. Obviously, she is not the person one would expect for me to choose. If you evaluate her throughout the series, she is courageous, brave, and a hero. As an eleven-year-old girl, she stood up to her teachers and got Harry and Ron out of trouble because they had just saved her from

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    Many critics believe Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter book series by J.K. Rowling is simply a helper on the adventure, while others see her as a heroine all on her own. However, there is a lot of evidence showing she is a hero such as, without her, Harry and Ron would not have gotten as far in their quest if she was not there with them. She is the brains and the observer of the group. They needed her to bounce ideas off of and for her to look around for clues. For example, that time with the

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    The Sorting Hat Analysis

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    The Sorting Hat Was Wrong Hermione is a fan favourite in J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”. Hermione is surrounded by people who are viewed as some of the bravest witches and wizards in the wizarding world throughout Rowling’s series. Yet, Hermione herself in the first book is not brave. Hermione is probably, at this point in the series, one of the least brave characters in Gryffindor. Hermione utilizes her knowledge and brilliance to help her through the tough things that occur

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    of friends to help in the process of growing up. One of the most iconic books that teaches such a lesson is the coming-of-age novel “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” by J. K. Rowling. In this book, Harry’s travelling companions, Ron and Hermione, who accompany the hero in his journey, complement his skills and qualities to help him win the final battle against Lord Voldemort. Ron’s knowledge of the wizarding world helps Harry grow as a wizard and helps him defeat Voldemort. Indeed, when

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    Learning About the Future

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    that Hermione Granger, Ronald Weasley, and Neville Longbottom would have been accompanying me" Harry said, surprise clearly etched into his features. "Shove off Harry" Ronald said irritably, but Harry could see the amusement behind his friend and brother's eyes. "Hi Harry" Neville greeted, shaking his hand, beaming as if Christmas had come early. To some people, this act of greetings would suggest that the foursome had not seen each... ... middle of paper ... ...ry, Ron, and Hermione shared

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    My Journey of Self-Identification with J.K. Rowling’s “Boy Who Lived” I always wanted to be like Hermione Granger. At five years old, I “swished-and-flicked” a homemade wand. At seven, I pretended that my parent’s yellowed edition of Moby Dick was a magically-disguised version of A History of Magic. Now, while several years have since passed, I put on my figurative “Hermione-cap” when studying for school exams and mustering up the courage to raise my hand in class by accessing her determined work

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